Michigan Hemp Flower and CBD Laws

Michigan is one hemp flower loving state as we have so many loving CBD customers who we ship to routinely. Let’s go over all of the state specific laws concerning hemp flower and CBD products in the great state of Michigan. In case you live there, or plan to travel you can find out how and where you can find premium CBD flowers and products in the great lake state!

Each state has its own hemp laws in addition to the federal hemp laws outlined in the 2018 Farm Bill. Before delving into Michigan Hemp Laws and the legality of CBD in Michigan, it is critical to understand the various types of hemp and CBD products to which these laws may apply.

There are many terms for hemp oil:

  • Isolate or THC-Free Hemp Oil has only CBD and all other plant compounds have been removed, THC is undetectable. Pure CBD Isolate can also be purchased in powder form.
  • Full-Spectrum Hemp Oil has all plant compounds, including less than 0.3% THC. That would be the case for our Full Spectrum MCT CBD Oil.
  • Broad-Spectrum Hemp Oil has undetectable THC, but contains other plant compounds.
  • PCR (Phytocannabinoid-Rich) Hemp Oil with Zero-THC is a new marketing term for broad-spectrum hemp oil.
  • CBG Hemp Oil is a hemp oil from a cannabigerol (CBG) rich hemp strain that has more CBG than is found in CBD Hemp Oil. 
  • CBD Hemp Flower is the dried and harvested flower of the hemp plant. It can be used whole or extracted to make CBD isolate, Full-Spectrum CBD, or Broad-Spectrum CBD (PCR Hemp Oil).

In Michigan, Is Hemp flower and CBD Legal? 

Absolutely! Hemp is nationally legal, but let’s look at some Michigan specific hemp flower and CBD laws.

Here are some frequently asked questions about purchasing CBD products, hemp flower, and hemp flower joints: 

Is it legal to use full-spectrum CBD in Michigan? 

Yes, so that means you order our CBD MCT oil tincture, with all the minor cannabinoids and terpenes without any repercussions from law enforcement.

The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development explains the different types of hemp and CBD products, as well as the activities that are permitted under Michigan hemp laws: 

Any product derived from industrial hemp with a THC concentration greater than 0.3 percent is classified as marijuana and is regulated by the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs.

CBD oil and other industrial hemp-derived products fall into several categories. Any substance that will be added to food or drink or marketed as a dietary supplement must first be approved for that purpose by the US Food and Drug Administration. The FDA has not yet approved CBD for use in food or drink, or as a dietary supplement. As a result, it is currently illegal to incorporate CBD into food or beverages, or to sell it as a dietary supplement. 

The FDA considers GRAS (Generally Regarded As Safe) substances to be safe to add to food. As of 12/20/18, hulled hemp seeds, hemp seed protein, and hemp seed oil are GRAS. As of 3/29/19, CBD is not considered GRAS.

Any food production in Michigan is subject to the Michigan Food Law and the licensing requirements outlined in the law. 

A license from the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development will be required to grow industrial hemp (MDARD). MDARD is in the process of developing a licensing program for growers in order to meet the requirements of both state and federal laws for interstate plant commerce. 

Michigan Provides CBD and Industrial Hemp Guidance 

This means that as long as they meet federal guidelines, most CBD products are legal in Michigan. 


Michigan Hemp Law FAQs

Is it legal to ship CBD MCT Hemp Oil to the state of Michigan? 

According to the 2018 Farm Bill, it is legal to ship ALL types of hemp products containing less than 0.3 percent THC to all US states. 

Where Can I Purchase Full Spectrum CBD Oil in Michigan? 

CBD can be purchased and sold in Michigan stores or online under Michigan hemp laws. 

Is a special license required to purchase Hemp Oil in Michigan? 

In Michigan, you do not need a special license to buy CBD hemp oil (of any kind), only to grow, test, or sell products. 

Is smokable hemp flower able to be shipped to Michigan?

Yes, we ship our hemp flowers to Michigan and they are legal under the 2018 farm bill, so long as they contain less than .3% THC.

How Is Hemp Legally Defined in Michigan? 

The term "industrial hemp" refers to the plant Cannabis sativa L. and any part of it, including viable seeds, as well as all derivatives, extracts, cannabinoids, isomers, acids, salts, and salts of isomers, whether growing or not, with a delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol concentration of less than 0.3 percent on a dry weight basis. Industrial hemp commodities and products, as well as topical or ingestible animal and consumer products derived from the plant Cannabis sativa L. with a delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol concentration of less than 0.3 percent on a dry weight basis, are included. 

Growing and Selling Hemp in Michigan Under the Michigan Industrial Hemp Research and Development Act 

Growers and handlers of hemp in Michigan must be registered and licensed with the state. They must adhere to a very specific legal procedure. Michigan's hemp cultivation program is overseen by the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development. The Michigan Industrial Hemp Research and Development Act is the state hemp law in Michigan. 

Michigan hemp laws require that hemp and CBD products comply with the following: 

THC levels in products must not exceed 0.3 percent. 

CBD Products must be sourced from a registered farm and tested by a licensed laboratory. 

According to FDA guidelines, marketing CBD-infused food is illegal in the state. 

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has additional requirements for CBD and hemp companies to meet, in addition to Michigan state CBD laws and the 2018 Farm Bill hemp laws. 

Michigan state hemp laws permit the sale of CBD products such as: 

  • Topicals and CBD salves made from hemp 
  • Hemp extracts (CBD bubble hash) and concentrates (oils and tinctures) 
  • Industrial hemp for construction or fiber materials 
  • Hempseed for industrial use (food product) 
  • Hempseed oil for industry (food product)
  • Smokable hemp flowers

So as we can see it is quite easy to purchase and consume hemp flower and CBD products in Michigan. If you are a resident and you are looking to try premium hemp buds, we recommend you take advantage of our FREE HEMP FLOWER SAMPLE and see if organic, top shelf hemp flowers are right for you. You might also want to try our full spectrum MCT CBD oil, or our organic double infused CBD salve.




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